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  • Broché: 128 pages
  • Editeur : St Martin's Press; Édition : 2nd (13 décembre 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0312199880
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312199883
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,4 x 13,2 x 0,9 cm
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10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Louis Cristaline on 24 mai 2010
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The best on the subject, I've read so far.

I had been through all the work of Stephen LaBerge but this was way too theoretical and universitarian-styled for my taste !

Here we're on the practical side of things :)

If you're like me and don't care about what was said in the 30's about Lucid dreaming, about the view of science on this, and all YOU WANT TO is Lucid Dreaming.

Then that book is for you :)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Thierry Duchaussois on 28 février 2014
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Enfin un livre sans blabla sur la psychologie et l'interprétation des rêves...
Les exercices proposés sont faciles à suivre et vous guideront vers votre quête du rêve lucide, les progrès se font vite sentir.
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56 internautes sur 59 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
We spend one-third of our lives asleep... 20 août 1998
Par Nicole J. LeBoeuf (vortexae@hotmail.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Ignore the cheesy title -- this one really works. Harary and Weintraub's 30 day plan gradually immerses the reader into his/her own subconscious until s/he can't help but develop a greater awareness of his/her dreams. Faithful practice lays the groundwork for more vivid and frequent dream recall, incubation, reentry, and, finally, recognition of the dream state while dreaming. For those who believe in Doing Something with that "lost" third of their lives.
45 internautes sur 50 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
It works! 5 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is excellent! It gives you a lot of practical, detailed exercises, and it works! I was quite skeptical at the beginning, because I used to see (or remember) dreams extremely rarely, once a year (!) maybe, and overcoming the first barrier - remembering my dream - I thought was my biggest challenge. I decided to try just for fun, and I was amazed that I could remember my dreams four nights in a row - something that has never happened before. Several weeks later I saw my first lucid dream (that is the dream where you realize that you're dreaming), and it was truly amazing and FUN! I'm sure I could have progressed much quicker, but I wasn't consistent in my practice.
This book is very fun, easy and interesting to read, it explains in detail how to reach lucid dreaming stage, and it also gives a lot of advice on how to use your dreams for self-discovery and self-development (like exploring your subconscious or finding a teacher in your dream). I was never interested in this subject and started reading this book accidentally (recommended by a friend). After reading this book, I got so interested in this topic, that I started reading other books, like Laberge, Garfield etc. Laberge is excellent as well. But he gives a lot of theory (what is dream, how it works, history of dream research, modern lab research etc.) and some exercises (not particularly structured and not given in the order of difficulty), while in this book by Weintroub and Harary the main focus is exercises, and how to experience for YOURSELF, it's very structured, step by step approach (exercises for day 1, day 2 etc. - exactly what's needed for a beginner, who wants to EXPERIENCE, not just READ ABOUT). If you're a serious researcher, I recommend you read both, Laberge (better on theory) and this one (better on practice). Good luck!
P.S. I've read one comment here about Astral travel, and how it was all silly, and shouldn't have been mentioned in the book etc.. Well, maybe for people who just start exploring dreaming, it really is too early to talk about astral travel (W & H do talk about it briefly at the very end of their book), but I wouldn't recommend jumping into conclusions before trying, practising, experiencing first. Who knows...
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From a longtime fan of this book 11 janvier 2007
Par Cocoa Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book has been very important to me. I have been interested in altered states of consciousness for as long as I can remember, and have read many books and attended many lectures and workshops on various altered states. I began doing the exercises in this book not long after it was published, and I have also done Harary and Weintraub's "free flight program" for out of body experiences.

The exercises in this book helped me to induce the lucid dream state, and I recommend it whenever someone asks me about lucid dreams. So when a friend who is interested in dreams told me that her new year's resolution was to begin a dream journal, I suggested that she buy this book. She looked it up on Amazon and brought my attention the two most recent reviews, which are negative, and which I feel compelled to address:

First, there is an understandable misunderstanding about the meaning of "in 30 Days" in the titles of the books in this series. Each of the books contains 30 exercises, to be done one per day, at whatever pace the reader chooses. As I recall, the authors state this in the beginning of each book.

I don't remember the instructions to wear layers of garish costume jewelry to a company picnic, etc., but I do know for certain that a very important part of inducing the lucid dream state - and the out of body state - is surprising your consciousness and subconscious. I don't know why, but experiencing and perceiving in ways that are completely different from what you are used to can trigger these types of experiences.

Finally, I find it strange that the last two reviews (and some others in the more distant past) trash this book so vehemently and then so glowingly refer readers to LaBerge's Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming. It seems like someone has an agenda here - either for Dr. LaBerge or against Dr. Harary and Ms. Weintraub - which is silly. And by saying this, I do not mean to disparage Dr. LaBerge's work; it is just very different from Dr. Harary's and Ms. Weintraub's, mainly in that Dr. LaBerge offers a lot of technical information and encourages the use of devices to induce the lucid dream state. While Dr. Harary and Ms. Weintraub's book is also based on scientific research, as well as historical research, it is much easier for the lay public to understand, and the exercises can be done without having to purchase special devices. Maybe some people feel more comfortable having special accessories, but I think that just adds unnecessary complications and expense, and find Harary and Weintraub's approach more empowering. They aren't trying to gather a following and the methods they describe - many dating back to ancient times - are fun and easy ... and they work.
29 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The perfect guide to be a lucid dreamer 15 juillet 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you want control of you as of your dreams, this book will give you the power to do that. When I started reading, I was an skeptic of this kind of things, but one week doing the excercises in the book I started to remeber my dreams and have control of them. It tells you day by day what to do, and the rest is up to you.
31 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
If you follow the guidelines it works, period. 15 juillet 2000
Par Michael Lawson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is no joke. The excercises may seem silly and strange, but if you follow them accordingly and practice you will be able to become conscious in your dreams. You can use the subconcious to understand and fix problems you may be having in life. To put bluntly, buy it.
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